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Saturday, December 02, 2006

Geography and YouTube
This will not be viewable if you're looking at this at school as it's filtered out.



It's a video made to accompany a track by Eric Prydz and featuring a sample from Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" - some good parkour and a message at the end - and all in moody black and white to save colour...
Thanks to Tony Cassidy for bringing it to my attention.

UPDATE

Just a few hours after that video was posted, Ollie Bray brought another video to my attention. This one features the same music track, but different images.

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